I wish they’d stop calling it Autopilot. It isn’t.
I put a sweet tea in my S2000 a couple weeks ago. AMA.
As long as I have padded spots for my elbows and good driving dynamics and it’s fun to drive, I also don’t give a f*ck about niceties. I’ve never grinned as large as the first time I drove a WRX.
The original muscle cars were nothing more than your average family cars with more powerful motors dropped in so that people could go faster. If those people could have gone faster with smaller motors, and gotten better fuel economy while they were at it, they would have. The V6 in this Challenger makes about 25 HP… Read more
Did you knock on wood after typing that? If you didn’t knock on wood then the blood is on your hands. Unless you have no hands to knock on wood, and thus to get blood on.
Sure thing, assuming you let me drive half the time. And pay me $50 an hour.
Aston Martin V12 vantage with a 6 speed manual.
Thanks for giving it a try, anyway.
This is essentially my sentiments and situation exactly. I still have mine and am still on the fence about the Recaros, but I’ve considered dropping it off after less than a year of ownership. But I do also still love it in many ways.
Same here. When I was house-hunting, I intentionally bought a house with a working dining room for just that reason.
Dont you be hating on the Nissan Murano Cross Cabrio...that thing is a gift by the Lord Almighty himself. That cars existence is definitive proof that we all dont need to be driving around in beige Camrys.. Read more
(That’s a Bill Mauldin cartoon from WWII.)
I use turn signals every time I make anything requiring the steering wheel to turn, including off the dirt road into my upstate house driveway. The dirt road has three houses on it and I’ve never ever been in any kind of traffic on it. I just feel that turn signals are always to be used. That absolutely includes lane… Read more